Governor's Business Forum 2018

Former Wyoming Govs. Mike Sullivan, left, and Dave Freudenthal, center, along with James Ogsbury, executive director of the Western Governors Association, talk during the Former Governors Roundtable Discussion on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018, at Little America Hotel and Resort in Cheyenne. The roundtable discussion wrapped up three days of the Wyoming Governor's Business Forum. Blaine McCartney/Wyoming Tribune Eagle

CHEYENNE – Gov. Matt Mead kicked off the 2018 Governor’s Business Forum this week with a synopsis of challenges Gov.-elect Mark Gordon may face as he assumes the role this winter.

Although Mead said his successes included establishing greater regulatory relief and improving a number of state industries, he noted education funding, rising health-care costs and the state tax structure will likely be Gordon’s main concerns.

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